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Thread: N. ramispina tips.

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    Sanguinea is much more of a trooper than ramispina. My sanguinea hasnt even flinched since I bought it but my ramispina is threatening to croak on me with a growing tip that's almost disappeared.

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    I guess I should be waiting till sept to see any new results

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    N. ramispina has been very easy for me in highland conditions. It's never blinked and pitchers on every leaf:



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    One day I'm going to move to San Fran and maybe then I'll be able to grow highlanders as easily as Max does!

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    OMG! WOW! that is beautiful.

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    It is a very beautiful species. The black and green contrast are awesome. That is what attracted me to this Nepenthes.

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    And that is the N. ramispina with adult pitchers that I was referring to up there!

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    I've grown N. ramispina a few times and I've had limited success with it. I've found N. sanguinea to be a much hardier/easier plant. The last N. ramispina I had didn't like my conditions at first, so the main plant died and shot up several basal shoots that proceeded to pitcher after a few months.

    Capslock: Beautiful plant my friend. I swear, between you and Elgecko, I don't have a chance when it comes to Neps! Haha!

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